Macroclinium-xyphophorus-2022-08-20 *SITF has confirmed this plant as Macroclinium xiphophorus (May 2023).
Although many sources call this Macroclinium xyphophorus, Kew's POWO accepts this as M. xiphophorus. This plant exhibits some spotting on the rugose leaves, whereas its close relative, M. wullschlaegelianum leaves are not spotted; the flowers and plant form are an excellent match to photos in the IOSPE, OW and orchidroots.com; Notylia xiphophorus is considered synomynous with M. xiphophorus. The "Native Colombian Orchids, Vol. 6, pg 872 contains comparison photos of M. xiphophorus and M. wullschlaegelianum.
Posted on Aug 20, 2022
Posted on Oct 28, 2017
Eighteen cupped flowers and 15 buds on five pendant umbellate inflorescences borne on a 7cm wide by 6.1 cm tall 5-growth plant mounted on a 2.5 cm wide by 8.5 cm long moss-covered tree fern totem; sep...
Posted on Oct 18, 2017
The US Mail lost the awards forms and we are working on getting the awards numbers ETC. The species was entered as Macroclinium lineare - distinctive and identifiable by the petals that are joined at ...
Posted on Sep 5, 2016
Macroclinium glicensteinii J.T.Atwood, Selbyana 10: 60 (1987 publ. 1988).
This name is accepted.
Posted on Mar 28, 2016
20161710 PRJCMacroclinium generalense, award 20161710, has been confirmed to be Macrocliniumgeneralense by SITF (April 2016).
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
Macroclinium generalense Pupulin, Lindleyana 11: 136 (1996).This name is accepted.award number 20134005, PRMacroclinium generalense, award number 20134005, has been confirmed to be Macroclinium genera...